Effects of a Defective Tires





Tires are one of the most important part of your vehicle for its special purpose. It’s the unit that allows you to move & run, provide stability, traction and control. The right car maintenance should commence to proper tire routine check-up and maintenance. These parts of your vehicle affects your engine performance, suspension, transmission and the integral ride quality of your car.

Some drivers do everything they can to well-maintain their tire but sometimes this is certainly not enough. The fact is you can not fix a defective tire and most of the time it is not known or detected until it’s too late. If this situation occurs, drivers are putting themselves to a huge risks of harm.

Defective tires are prone to disastrous blown-out. It is certainly the major reason to immediate loss of tire pressure. Most of the time, the causes of these blown-outs are punctured or hole in the tires. Even minor defects, if not addressed at first instance/detection may be the causes of major problems in the future.

Some of the reason why you have a defective tires is that, it may be made of low quality and weak rubber composite, not so strong metal supporting cables or the sidewall has a thin or soft spots. All of these enumerated defects may be the causes to blow out tire pressure especially if you are running at a very high speed.

Effects of a Defective Tires

Some of the defects are at the design of the tire you purchase so it can be at the fault of the tire’s manufacturer. Those who have the victim of tire manufacturers defect are entitled to a financial compensation for the sustained injuries.

Before embarking on any short or long travel it is important to check the condition of your car especially the tire so you won’t have any problems along the way. Make sure that the tires have the right pressure, oil levels are good, lights and etc.

Brandon says:

Proper wheel alignment is important to have a longer life for your car.